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Have a look at this Online iq test

13th April 2011
Gifted individuals difficulties: Individuals that get better (130 IQ and more) could certainly come across issues. The received notion who claims that a smart man or woman can not be depressing, is improper. Like the rational insufficiency, giftedness bri... Read >
Author: iqtesting94

The Complex Psychological Behavior of Procrastination

25th October 2010
Whether you realize it or not, procrastination affects everyone to some degree. Some experience only minor problems associated with the complex psychological behavior of procrastination, while others battle considerable anxiety, stress and guilt. Fear of ... Read >
Author: Mark Pittman

Discover How You Get Motivated and Overcome Procrastination

20th February 2009
Procrastination or the art of "I'll get to it tomorrow" is a complicated behavior that affects most people to some degree. Some experience only small problems with procrastination while with others, it's a major source of anxiety and stress. Lack of motiv... Read >
Author: M2FitnessPros

Why do we procrastinate? Learn to stop procrastination

17th February 2009
How many times have you avoided cleaning your closet reasoning with yourself about other important tasks that you may have to do or convincing yourself how cleaning is not 'significant' enough to be completed at this point in time? Congratulations, for yo... Read >
Author: sanjaynair

Dealing with excessive self consciousness

13th February 2009
Why is everyone watching me? Do you sometimes feel that everyone is watching you? Do you panic when you make mistakes? Do you fear social interactions especially when strangers are around? If your answers were yes, then you have an excessive self co... Read >
Author: Farouk

Serotonin and Dopamine Balance

14th February 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Mary Ann Copson Working in concert, serotonin and dopamine create and reflect your feelings, moods, thoughts, and behaviors. They are neurotransmitters, a powerful group of chemicals in the brain that is responsible for physiological... Read >
Author: Mary Ann Copson

Article Writing: How To Use Your Chakra Energy To Write

29th November 2005
Copyright 2005 Ron Passfield The seven Chakras are the hidden energy centres in your body through which you receive, process and transmit life energies. They act as "energy transformers" and influencers of change. Your thoughts, emotions or actions ... Read >
Author: Ron Passfield

Solutions For Shyness

07th April 2005
Most people experience some degree of shyness from time to time in certain situations. In fact, only about 7% of the population claims that they never feel shy. For the rest of us, shyness can range from being an occasional, minor inconvenience, to being ... Read >
Author: Royane Real
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